Mapping political donations
Another map of New York City (enough, already!). This one plots 2004 presidential campaign donations, building-by-building along the streets of the city. The size of each dot indicates the amount given by occupants of each building. The blue dots are Democrat supporters (770 Park Avenue gave $50,000). The red dots are Republicans (top score: 85 Broad Street, $29,000).
There is also a more detailed map of Uptown New York.
OK, just one more collection of New York maps that I couldn’t resist mentioning: Professor William A Bowen’s Digital atlas of New York City — about a hundred maps plotting population, race, ancestry, income, poverty, education, household type, and commuting patterns.